Insulet Corporation

  • Senior Compliance Program Specialist

    Job Locations US-MA-Acton | US-MA-Billerica
    Posted Date 3 months ago(9/19/2018 3:58 PM)
  • Position Summary

    Position Overview:

    This position provides broad-based support to Insulet Corporation’s Compliance Program activities.   Responsible for all data collection, tracking, remediation and reporting activities pertaining to federal and state aggregate spend/transparency laws.   Provides support to Compliance Program activities related to interactions with Health Care Providers (HCPs) and customers, HIPAA privacy, employee training and communications, auditing, monitoring and other compliance projects.   




    Aggregate Spend/Transparency Reporting:

    • Responsible for collection, monitoring, auditing and analyzing aggregate spend data for reporting under the Physician Payment Sunshine Act and state marketing laws.
    • Collaborates with business units to develop and implement tracking mechanisms and processes to facilitate capture of all HCP-related spend for federal and state reporting purposes.
    • Manages data collection of HCP spend activity from internal and external sources and reviews and remediates the data for completeness and accuracy.
    • Manages third-party vendor activities around preparation, validation and submission of federal and state transparency reports to ensure complete and timely filings.
    • Responds to inquiries from covered recipients and resolves issues.


    Compliance Program Support:

    • Maintains an in-depth understanding of company policies and procedures and the relevant laws, regulations and industry standards that affect company business.
    • Assists with development, implementation, delivery and tracking of compliance training and educational communications.
    • Manages administration of the HCP contracting process to include oversight of the review and approval process, contract preparation, file maintenance, etc.
    • Monitors and reports on speaker program activities to assess compliance with program rules.
    • Assists with development and execution of a compliance auditing and monitoring program.
    • Assists with investigation of reports of non-compliance, fact gathering, documentation, logging, record keeping and reporting.
    • Assists with development, implementation and monitoring of corrective action plans and conducts necessary follow-on activities.
    • Maintains State Durable Medical Equipment licenses.
    • Supports the compliance function with other projects and programs, as needed and performs other duties as assigned.

    Education and Experience

    Education and Experience:

    Minium Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree 
    • 3 or more years’ experience in health care compliance. 
    • Proficient with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Access and Word.


    Preferred Skills/Competencies:

    • Medical device or pharmaceutical company experience a plus.
    • Certification in compliance or healthcare compliance a plus (CCEP, CHC, CHPC).
    • Working knowledge and understanding of the legal and regulatory framework affecting the medical device industry including the Physician Payment Sunshine Act, HIPAA, federal and state anti-kickback and anti-inducement laws, and the AdvaMed Code.
    • Detail oriented, skilled in data analytics and interpretation of results.
    • Ability to work independently on assigned compliance projects.
    • Audit experience a plus.
    • Solid knowledge of and comfort level with technology solutions and systems.
    • Ability to take initiative, own areas of responsibility, work independently, adapt to changing priorities and solve problems.
    • Strong verbal, written, interpersonal and collaborative skills.


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